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Robotics’ STEM Fair

The New Berlin Blitz Robotics Team 5148, is composed of 7th-12th graders.  Each year they take on the task of creating a robot in six weeks to eventually be placed in competition.  Along the way, they hold many outreach events, to help inform the community of what they do. On October 27th, Team 5148 will be holding their annual STEM fair at New Berlin West from 12-5 P.M. “We will normally s…

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